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I would think the screen is easier to cover on the Epic because it is flat. I did a cover for my Palm Pre and it was hard because of all of the curves.
The Phantom Skinz screen only cover is $9.95 and free shipping. If it's like other Phantom Skinz there are actually 2 covers in the package in case you bork or need to replace the first.
- 08-16-2010, 11:30 PM #8
I wish Griffin would make one but they are in bed with Apple. I put one of their screen protectors on my daughters iPod yesterday and it was by far the easiest install I've even done.
I put a Zagg on my wifes Intercept last week and I just felt like I was fighting it the entire time. Though the final product did turn out nicely.
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I will tell you that i was the happiest person with my Zagg on my evo until sunday when i spent all day in the hot son at a concert(rock the bells) and i look down to find my screen protector peeling off the phone.
I had been out side for hours but still.
- 08-31-2010, 07:22 PM #14
Ok it is my civic duty to warn you guys not to buy the Zagg. I purchased one this morning from Best Buy and it covers the bottom row with the menu, home, back and search key. It makes the phone totally or barely unresponsive. I took my phone back to RadioShack to have it swapped once I thought I knew what the issue was. I then headed back to Best Buy to have another installed and the damn phone was unresponsive yet again. I stopped at a Sprint and store and had a rep look at my phone and come to find out the thickness or lack there depending on who you ask hinders the phone from responding. Check my post in the main forum for the Epic 4G and it explains it all.
- 09-02-2010, 03:39 AM #15Please add thanks if I have helped you in anyway. I will always spread the Aloha and reciprocate.
Samsung Epic; Froyo DK28
Carrier Sprint since 1998
Palm Pilot 1997 + Nokia 7650,8200, Palm Treo 700p 2005, Palm Pre June 2009, Sayonara Palm. Android Sept. 2010
- 11-01-2010, 11:24 AM #16
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I use Realook from Amazon. They look great, BUT you must adhere to the application instructions it comes with, i.e. dust free room, use the included alcohol pad (don't use computer screen cleaning wipes, etc), have the included or your own scotch tape handy for removing improperly placed film or removing any dust motes on the sticky side. I steam up a bathroom with the shower to settle the dust...then clean the screen with the wipe. Next wipe any residue or remaining marks with the micro fiber cloth. Remove the front backing then the actual backing. When applying the film, if a bubble appears, it can be squeezed out using the plastic card. If a bubble is caused by a little white dust mote (which you can remove by lifting the film with a piece of tape (included) and sticking the other piece of tape (included) to the dust. Dust-free(ness) and alignment on the phone is the hardest two things to get right, but once on, you can't really tell there's a protector on it. $10 gets you 2 protectors.
- 12-11-2010, 01:40 AM #17